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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.9

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.9
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JMUffch (fire there were upwards of twelve thou-fand carriages,without counting baggage horfes), tn lay, open the foreft, mad make roads where 110 traveler had ever before puffed. Every one. was eager to be thus employed,. more particularly thofe who were near the king's perfon ; for he was never fo popular at any time as he was now In Flanders, nor were his fubjects ever fo united to af lift him as in this expedit.09 againft Gueldres* While this was paffing, the king fent the lord de Coucy to Avignon, to the perfon who ftyled himfelf pope Clement, I know not on what bu-finefs ; and the vifcount de MeaHx, fir John de Roye and the lord de la Bonne, commanded in his ahfence. We will now fay fomething of. the ambaffa-dors who hid been fent to the emptrar of Ger-mMj. They oratmued their journey «util they arrived at Convalenee*, where the emperor re-fided. After difmounting at their hêtel, they made themfelinrs ready ici wait 00 him, who had before heard of their coming, and mm ¥«y in-patient to know the caafe of it. Having affem* bled his council, the imbafladois were introduced to the prefonce of the emperor, whom they fa~ luted mo& revertaitlT» and gmve Mm their cie-dentiai letters from the king of France. After he had attentively pemfed them* he eyed fir Guy de Honcoart, amd laid,f Guy, tell as, in the name of God, what yon. ue changed with/ The blight fpoke toog Mid ally in aftmumg to the


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